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Should CIOs make a break with the past?

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The Enterprisers Project

Should CIOs make a break with the past?

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The Enterprisers Project

A recent research report shows that many CIOs have made little progress among fellow executives in being perceived as drivers of the business, in part because their agenda is still linked to the CFO. This connection colors everything they do with a cost-cutting perception.

Winning in the age of the mobile mindshift

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Winning in the age of the mobile mindshift

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By 2017, companies will spend as much as $189 billion a year to redesign business processes for the mobile mindshift, according to Forrester.

Five lessons for taking your enterprise to the cloud

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Lee Congdon

Five lessons for taking your enterprise to the cloud

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Lee Congdon

If you continue to manage your own infrastructure without cloud technologies, especially if you're in a cost-restrained environment, you are likely putting your enterprise at a disadvantage, says Red Hat CIO Lee Congdon.

Winning the IT talent war

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The Enterprisers Project

Winning the IT talent war

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The Enterprisers Project

Finding and keeping top technical talent is becoming one of the biggest challenges facing IT leaders today. It’s not enough to offer a competitive salary and solid benefits. These days, tech stars are shopping around for more.

The CIO at a Technology and Cultural Crossroads

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The Enterprisers Project

The CIO at a Technology and Cultural Crossroads

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The Enterprisers Project

CIOs and IT leaders have an opportunity to exert more strategic influence than ever before, but many find their time and focus being consumed by keeping the lights on.

What's your magic wand infrastructure?

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The Enterprisers Project

What's your magic wand infrastructure?

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The Enterprisers Project

PDF download of "What's your magic wand infrastructure?" Roundtable discussion with Enterprisers Project Editorial Board members.

CIOs and IT executives must become business influencers

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CIO Magazine/IDG Research Services

CIOs and IT executives must become business influencers

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CIO Magazine/IDG Research Services

CIOs at a Technology and Cultural Crossroads

CIOs today exert more strategic influence than ever, but tactical demands still consume much of their time and focus, according to a recent survey by CIO Strategic Marketing Services /IDG Research.

CIOs have a mandate to innovate

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Harvard Business Review Analytic Services

CIOs have a mandate to innovate

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Harvard Business Review Analytic Services

CIOs should be leading technology-driven business innovation at their organizations, business leaders say, yet the daily concerns of running IT may be holding them back, according to new research by Harvard Business Review Analytic Services.

DevOps and the CIO

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The Enterprisers Project

DevOps and the CIO

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The Enterprisers Project

How should an IT executive encourage, oversee, and participate in the formation of a DevOps culture? The Enterprisers Project assembled a group of seasoned IT leaders in an interactive exchange to find out.  Here are highlights from the conversation.

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